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Thursday, February 28 • 2:30pm - 2:45pm
Applications and Programming Models: "IWAVE to IWAVE++: from modeling to inversion," William Symes, Rice University

 

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At last year's meeting, the author presented IWAVE, an open source package for synthesizing seismic data. This talk marks the release of IWAVE++, the migration and inversion package based on the IWAVE modeling engine. This first-ever open source inversion package includes a variety of optimization and modeling options and hooks for adding many more. Along with standard time-domain full waveform inversion and least squares migration applications, the first release of IWAVE++ also includes extended modeling and nonlinear differential semblance options. Biondo Biondi and his group recently used a nonlinear differential semblance algorithm to give a satisfactory solution of the Marmousi velocity-model building problem for the first time in its 20+ year history.


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Henri Calandra

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Henri Calandra obtained his M.Sc. in mathematics in 1984 and a Ph.D. in mathematics in 1987 from the Universite des Pays de l’Adour in Pau, France. He joined Cray Research France in 1987 and worked on seismic applications. In 1989 he joined the applied mathematics department of the French Atomic Agency. In 1990 he started working for Total SA. After 12 years of work in high performance computing and as project leader for Pre-stack Depth... Read More →
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Olav Lindtjorn

HPC and Innovation Manager, Schlumberger
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Jan Odegard

Executive Director, Ken Kennedy Institute for Information Technology, Rice University
Jan E. Odegard joined the Ken Kennedy Institute for Information Technology (formerly Computer and Information Technology Institute) at Rice University as Executive Director in 2002. In this role he led the development and deployment of large scale competing resources in support of research. Today, the computational resources deployed at Rice supports the research of over 100 faculty members and close to 500 users. The majority of users are... Read More →

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William Symes

Rice University


Thursday February 28, 2013 2:30pm - 2:45pm
DH 1064 Duncan Hall